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Encore: One More Saturday Night
Special K and the Cereal Killers
Henry Kaiser - guitar
Bob Weir - guitar & lead vocals
Bobby Vega - fender bass
Prairie Prince - drums
Vince Welnick - keyboards, vocals
Ray Woodbury - backup vocals on Queen Jane Approximately
Bill Murray - backup vocals on One More Saturday Night
Henry Kaiser really lays down some tasty licks on this. Bobby is bobby and Vega and PP hold down the low end. I really dig the Tomorrow never knows well minus vince screaming but that's another story. I would love to check out the other show from the Fillmore of this band. Good sound quality sounds like a board to me.
September 10, 2009 Subject:
thanks for uploading this! so great to re-live this one!!
February 24, 2009 Subject:
more from this night...
May 3, 2008 Subject:
no bill murray
the backup vocals on Queen Jane are Vince. The Bill that Bobby refers to in One More Sat Night is Bill Clinton. If you listen to versions of Sat Nite over the years, in the verse "turn on my TV, the president comes on the news" Weir sometimes would interject "c'mon Georgie" for Bush number one (the version on Without a Net for example) or in this case "c'mon Bill" after "take out my rockin' shoes".
May 1, 2008 Subject:
Nice Show, but where's the older one?
I came on here looking for the older one, that opens with Mystery Train, I think--and bears the same name. Still from Fukuoka Dome, and still nearly same personnel. That is a gem I want on my iPod.
FOO KOO OH KAH.
November 26, 2007 Subject:
Garcia vs. Kaiser
Apples and oranges. I like both of them, for completely different reasons. Good show here. Fukuoka only looks and sounds funny if you're a white bread suburban kid. Having grown up in S.F. it does niether for me. Again, apples and oranges.
Not better or worse, just different.
I'm looking for a recording of the cover of Z.Z. Top's La Grange that Hank did in Japan around 1990 or so with a volunteer from the audience. Anybody familiar with it?
October 8, 2007 Subject:
Wow, what a great show- and quite the all-star line-up too. Sound is very good as well. Kaiser rocks (check out Psychedelic Guitar Circus for more)
Now on to the clueless.
One interpid reviewer wrote:
"While I fully admit to not being a huge "deadhead" , Garcia could have only dreamed about laying down the guitar tracks Kaiser did at this show."
This has to be one of the most ignorant comments I've seen about an artist on this here archive. If you'd spent some time actually listening to the Dead instead of downgrading Garcia in a review you might not look such like a musical dingus next time.
Reviewer:The Real Roxanne -
April 25, 2006 Subject:
This Is The Funniest Name For A Place Ever
Seriously say trying it out loud. Right?
The music is cool too. I bet Bill Murray laughed at that name
I think it's unfair on both parties to make comparisons between Jerry and Henry Kaiser here. All that needs to be said is that this show is a gem and a must have for both Deadheads and Henry Kaiser fans.
It's kind of inevitable that Bill "Groundhog Day" Murray makes an appearance here - in some ways things are just the same, in others they're not. I would say that it's Henry Kaiser that's playing the role of Phil Connors, which kind of explains everything.
Finally, thanks to the Archive for (eventually) making this show available for download again, and for making everything else available. I'm like a child with the keys to the sweet shop/candy store. Keep up the good work.
August 21, 2003 Subject:
This ones a keeper!
Great sound quality, great music. Kaiser is much more rocking than I have heard him be before. While I fully admit to not being a huge "deadhead" , Garcia could have only dreamed about laying down the guitar tracks Kaiser did at this show. Fantastic.
August 8, 2003 Subject:
This band is the Valentines.
They played two shows.
one @ the Fillmore in SF 2.14.94
and this one in Japan.